Handbook of Aviation Human Factors
Taylor & Francis, 1999 - Technology & Engineering - 694 pages
A comprehensive source covering applications of human factors to aviation systems and operations, this handbook covers topics such as cabin staff and security, technical and navigational innovations, advances in communication, cost and time pressures on procurement, and new applications of automation. It covers human-macine relationships, cultural differences in practices and procedures, cognitive processes underlying human task performance, as well as maintenance, certification, verification and validation in the quest for even better system reliability. The handbook discusses major developments in aviation and in human factors, and foresees some of the further developments in this field.
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